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NCJ Number: 43329 Find in a Library
Title: CRIMINAL JUSTICE IMPROVEMENT PLAN - ACTION SUMMARY, 1977
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: Wisconsin Council on Criminal Justice
United States of America
Date Published: 1977
Page Count: 125
Sponsoring Agency: Wisconsin Council on Criminal Justice
Madison, WI 53702
Type: Program Description (Model)
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS BUDGET DOCUMENT GIVES AMOUNT OF MONEY SET ASIDE FOR 17 PROGRAMS UNDER THE WISCONSIN CRIMINAL JUSTICE IMPROVEMENT PLAN, SUMMARIZES GOALS FOR EACH PART OF THE PLAN, AND SETS FUNDING GUIDELINES.
Abstract: IN 1977, A TOTAL OF $8,166,000 IN FUNDS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS. THIS REFLECTS A 16 PERCENT REDUCTION IN FEDERAL FUNDS AVAILABLE UNDER THE CRIME CONTROL ACT IN 1976 AND A 1977 REDUCTION OF 14 PERCENT. GUIDELINES USED TO DECIDE WHICH PROGRAMS TO CONTINUE FUNDING AND HOW TO DISTRIBUTE THE REDUCTIONS FAIRLY ARE GIVEN. THIS DOCUMENT SHOWS $644,000 IN STATE FUNDS AND $430,000 IN LOCAL FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS; $755,000 IN STATE AND $259,000 IN LOCAL FUNDS FOR COURT IMPROVEMENTS; $52,000 IN STATE AND $1,016,000 IN LOCAL FUNDS FOR COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS FACILITIES; $265,000 (ALL AT THE STATE LEVEL) FOR VARIOUS ADULT CORRECTIONAL PROGRAMS; AND ABOUT $3,500,000 FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES FOR JUVENILE PROGRAMS. EVALUATION PROCEDURES FOR THE PROGRAMS ARE SPELLED OUT. OBJECTIVES AND GOALS FOR EACH PART OF THE PROGRAM ARE DETAILED.
Index Term(s): Budgets; Crime Control Act of 1973; Funding sources; Model programs; State criminal justice systems; Wisconsin
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